A Critique of Power and Internalized Oppression 2022

The Anti Racism Task Force Cultural Competency Forum

A Critique of Power and Internalized Oppression: Applications for Churches

This forum is an emerging platform created to enable persons and congregations to become culturally competent.

Saturday, April 23, 2022

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Via Zoom

The Zoom information will be in your confirmation email.

Also emailed day before and the day of the event.

You are invited to continue your journey to cultural competency by registering for A Critique of Power and Internalized Oppression: Applications for Churches that provides a critical look into the nature and uses of power and how the ways in which power is used in group and organizational settings can lead to psychological and emotional distress in affected persons. This session will also discuss the nature and impact of internalized oppression, who it affects and how its effects are manifested in group and organizational settings. The session will offer methods for exercising power in ways that removes internalized oppression and provides emotional and psychological healing for affected persons.

The Anti-Racism Task Force is pleased introduce the Cultural Competency Forum of the Wisconsin Annual Conference. Participation is free of charge to Wisconsin Conference clergy and laity.

Why Should You Attend:
Most diversity and inclusion efforts in an organization focus on particular observable demographics such as race, gender, age, etc. This presentation will expand the concept of diversity by addressing the more global concept of cultural competency within organizations. It will groom executives and leaders in skills to create a culturally competent organization that supports their mission and strategic goals.

No cost for the event but you do need to register.
All clergy and laity are invited to attend.

Registration Deadline: April 22, 2022 at Noon